§ 491a.10. Presentation and effect of stipulations.
(a) Independently of the orders or rulings issued by the Board or presiding officer relating to prehearing and other conferences, the parties may stipulate as to relevant matters of fact or the authenticity of relevant documents. The stipulations may be received in evidence at a hearing, and when received shall be binding on the parties with respect to the matters stipulated.
(b) This section supersedes 1 Pa. Code § 35.155 (relating to presentation and effect of stipulations).
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